Manchester has long been famous for bands, football clubs and an amazing nightlife. There is lots to see and do in and around Manchester & I have a few tips for you to enjoy your time here whilst hiring one of Easicampers Motorhomes. Regardless of what you are looking to see and do in this vibrant city, there is something for everyone.
Manchester has great transport links so if you are planning on staying outside of the Manchester area you could hop on the train or tram and find your way into Manchester city centre, where you will find the Northern quarter which is great for a spot of lunch or a cheeky cocktail, its full of shops and quirky secret bars, here is a great link for you to explore the secret bars. https://www.cntraveller.com/gallery/secret-bars-manchester
If its food you are looking for you are in the right place, there is something for every taste, you have great restaurants such as Rio Ferdinand’s Rosso, Gino D’acampo’s restaurant, Chinatown and the Curry mile.
If its shopping you are after then you really are spoiled for choice, with the Lowry shopping centre, Designer shops in Manchester city centre, the Arndale which has some great shops, you can dine, shop or window shop here till your heart’s content. Just outside of the city centre within easy reach is the Trafford centre, this is every shopaholics dream come true.
If you are the Historical type, there is plenty to see & do here, you have the breath-taking Manchester Cathedral, whose history can be traced back to the 7th century. It has been preserved & restored over the years with love, visitors can walk through the grounds most days of the year & take in the beautiful architecture of the building. The John Rylands library is situated on Deansgate, it has lots of history attached to the library including the oldest known piece of the New Testament. The University of Manchester is one of the most important historical locations in Manchester, you can either have a guided tour or explore it at your own leisure. These are just a few ideas for anyone interested in the history of Manchester. A great site for the landmarks in Manchester is: https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attractions-g187069-Activities-c47-Manchester_Greater_Manchester_England.html
It goes without saying, there are definitely 2 teams in Manchester, whether you are a Red or a Blue, you can enjoy the stadium tours at both Manchester United & Manchester city. There isn’t much difference in the ages of both football clubs in the City but the rivalry is enormous, the atmosphere when there is a game on at either club is amazing, however when the
local Derby is on you can see this step up a notch!! Who will you be following? The Red of Manchester United or the Sky Blue of Manchester City?
Manchester is a great city offering something for evert traveller, with a great culture and history round every corner, there is something for everyone here to enjoy. Have fun finding your favourite parts of Manchester!!!
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